The 2016 U.S. Olympic Fencing Team, on the evening of April 11, was escorted by the Greater Chester Knights and Salle Green Fencing Clubs onto the stage during a Richmond Convention Center event leading up the Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro. It was streamed live around the world... Read more
Tim Morehouse visited Elizabeth Davis Middle School recently. A three-time Olympian and founder of fencing in the Schools, Morehouse will hold assemblies at Elizabeth Davis to train PE teachers for after school fencing programs. Three-time Olympian and Founder of Fencing In the Schools, Tim Morehouse, was on hand at... Read more
A program with many college level athletics historically, Thomas Dale track added another notch to their belt when distance runner Michael Tres announced he will be running at Virginia Wesleyan. “After visiting and being able to meet with the team and coaches, it was a program athletically I felt... Read more
Two Matoaca baseball alums received some of the highest individual honors this week for Randolph Macon. Senior Travis Lodge was named the Conference’s Player of the Year while sophomore Rick Spiers earned All-ODAC first team honors. Spiers picked up the Most Outstanding Player in the ODAC tournament just days... Read more
A pair of senior leaders for L.C. Bird softball signed on the dotted line to continue their softball careers at Richard Bland College this past week, Kamryn Lanier and Ashley Fritz. Lanier, a third baseman and Fritz, a catcher are two key cogs for an L.C. Bird team that... Read more
Meadowbrook High School invites area coaches to their football camp being held Saturday, May 7 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The cost to attend is $25 per individual in advance ($30 at the door) and $100 per staff (up to 10). Highlights of the camp will be NFL... Read more
Fast as a speeding bullet, Matoaca’s Jacorey Flood has burst off the starting block on the track and into collegiate pursuits. This past week, the Warrior signed his letter of intent to the track and field program at Stevenson University. “Great atmosphere, coaches and the players really welcomed me... Read more
L.C. Bird standout football player Isaiah Moore picked up his third offer this week from the Naval Academy. Moore has previously been offered a place by Army, ironically Navy’s biggest rival, and Old Dominion University. The linebacker has also visited several other colleges and should see more offers in... Read more
UNC guard and former L.C. Bird basketball star Kenny Williams underwent surgery last Thursday for a torn meniscus. The surgery came just three days after UNC lost in the National Championship to Villanova, a game in which Williams did not play. The sharpshooter averaged 4.1 minutes per game and... Read more
The road to success for Meadowbrook girls’ soccer has been a long one, and it is still an uphill climb. After a winless season last year, the Monarchs have already picked up two victories – shutting out Huguenot and Dinwiddie. “Every game is a step in the right direction... Read more